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We'll go over a zero dependency Python 3 script to quickly change themes and toggle dark / light mode for various command line tools.
Your changelog should make it easy for humans to see what's been added, changed, deprecated, removed and fixed at a glance.
We'll go over using curl to poll a site's status code response, check if a process is running and wait until an S3 bucket is available.
Go from 5+ second startup and 3+ second CSS reload times to 300ms and 150ms with a few config changes.
This video goes over running a ton of apps at once on Windows 10 with my 2014 workstation. Even while recording a video it doesn't hit 13GB.
We'll go over the code powering a CLI tool using only the Python 3 standard library and cover a few programming patterns along the way.
It's available on Windows, macOS and Linux but it may require installing a 3rd party tool. It's useful for creating efficient workflows.
For migrations it uses Alembic under the hood, you're also in full control over what gets seeded and you can reset your database at will.
We'll go over signing commits and tags with a GPG key along with sending and receiving GPG public keys to a Keyserver for verification.
We'll go over how to create, edit, set a passphrase, revoke, export, backup and restore a GPG key pair.
Turns out you can't set a custom webhook API version through Stripe's web UI as of Nov 2020, but here's how to do it through their API.
Vim's spell check is quite powerful on its own but we'll also go over using a plugin to make it easy to see your typos in 1 spot.
Vim makes it kind of easy to add unwanted characters like :w to files you're editing. Let's go over how to find them.
This is specific to using Docker Compose on a single server deploy. Here's how I arrived at this choice after years of experimenting.
This panned out over the last 11 months of running a podcast where I chatted with folks about tech stacks, lessons learned and best tips.
Topics were covered such as using the command line, terminals, shells, scripting, aliases, prompt, history, tmux, Vim, dotfiles and more.
In this video we'll add a few lines to our vimrc file so we can easily cycle between slides. We'll use Goyo too, but that's optional.
In this video we'll pipe together twarc, jq, sed, sort and head to pick a random reply from a tweet. This could be useful for contests.
In this video we'll go over how you can use this tool to test your app's webhooks but you can use it for other things too.
In this video, we'll go over how to generate a password of custom length with at least 1 uppercase / special char and 1 number.
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